Christopher J. Falcon

Key Facts

Party N/A; nonpartisan election
Status Challenger


Christopher J. Falcon graduated from James Madison University with a bachelor’s degree in business management and from Widener University Commonwealth Law School with a Doctor of Law. He currently works as the Deputy Clerk, Civil Division Supervisor, and Legal Counsel of the Arlington Circuit Court Clerk’s office as well as the owner and attorney at law of his own business, The Falcon Firm, PLLC. Falcon serves as the Vice Rector of the James Madison University Board of Visitors and a member of the Arlington County ASAP Policy Board, the Board of Directors at Edu-Futuro, and the Fairfax County Human Services Council; previously, he was appointed by former Governor Terry McAuliffe to the Virginia Latino Advisory Board as Vice-Chair and Board member. He volunteers as a pro bono attorney with St. Anthony’s Legal Aid Clinic [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7].

Key Issues


Falcon wants to create a community roundtable with various local community organizations to discuss access to legal services [1, 3].


Falcon advocates for equal, easy access to legal services through implementing remote processes like online applications and forms that can be filled out through mobile devices; in particular, he wants to create portals for constituents to pay for public records and to receive copies of public records through email or actual mail. He wants to strive to optimize constituent service by ensuring customer services and paperwork are provided in multiple languages and wants to oversee annual customer service training for staff (with additional pay for multilingual staff); he also wants to start offering Saturday services. Additionally, Falcon wants to ensure access to public case information by putting public data onto the state-run free website for online case information. Falcon wants to hold expungement clinics to teach citizens about removing false criminal charges from their records [1, 3].

Gun Policy

Falcon says he will be more thorough when reviewing risk orders temporarily banning possession of firearms by people who are at risk of harming themselves or others [3].


Fairfax County Democratic Party; Tim Kaine, United States Senator; Gerry Connolly, United States Representative; Don Beyer, United States Representative; Stacey Kincaid, Fairfax County Sheriff; Scott Surovell, Virginia State Senator; George Barker, Virginia State Senator; Barbara Favola, Virginia State Senator; Dave Marsden, Virginia State Senator; Chap Petersen, Virginia State Senator; Adam Ebbin, Virginia State Senator; Jennifer Boysko, Virginia State Senator; Paul Krizek, Virginia State Delegate; Marcus Simon, Virginia State Delegate; Patrick Hope, Virginia State Delegate; Alfonso Lopez, Virginia State Delegate; Kaye Kory, Virginia State Delegate; Mark Sickles, Virginia State Delegate; Karrie Delaney, Virginia State Delegate; Irene Shin, Virginia State Delegate; Jeff McKay, Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Chairman; Penny Gross, Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Vice Chairman; Walter Alcorn, Fairfax County Supervisor; James Walkinshaw, Fairfax County Supervisor; Ricardy Anderson, Fairfax County School Board Representative; Karl Frisch, Fairfax County School Board Representative; Gerry Hyland, former Fairfax County Supervisor; Paul Ferguson, Arlington Circuit Court Clerk of Court; Canek Aguirre, Alexandria City Councilmember


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